A few weeks ago, we were able to play a co-op demo of Journey to the Savage Planet during Gamescom and the embargo on the video we captured there has now been lifted so we can finally put it up. For some reason, the game's creatures and humor reminded us a bit of Stranger's Wrath, which is definitely a good thing, and we had a lot of fun discovering this non final version of the game. It features platforming elements, some shooting and some exploration, with a of funny "gadgets" to use. The game will be available in late January 2020 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Note: Please remember that the version of the game shown here is not final and does not reflect the quality of the finished product.
@nostradamus: great organic&fluid&smoke little touches with the vfx, thoo. (17 Hours ago)
@nostradamus: what the hell are these bosses. Like they made some cool goo designs, and that it no clue whatsoever what to do with them. Kojima is in no effin hell Platinum, that is fo' sure. (17 Hours ago)
@MikeManiac61: did you play dark souls? did you roll like a mad man? did you play GoW? did you wall-run like a madman? then you Vanquished, my friend. (1 Day ago)
Always wanted to try Vanquish, I always saw it pop many times but never played attention to it. (1 Day ago)
i need to platinum death stranding to start something new. fuck this game. (1 Day ago)
i may end up getting platinum again on Vanquish.It's one of my fav third person shooters. (4 Days ago)
@GangstaNip: Vanquish with 60 fps is fucking amazing. I already have both games on 360 and PC, but got the collection because of the steelbook, which is thing of beauty. ^^ (4 Days ago)